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Corman IconThe Art and Legacy of Roger Corman


  1. Saturday, March 29, 2014 6:30 p.m.
Still image from the film Matinee
John Goodman stars as Lawrence Woolsey, a gimmick-loving movie impresario intent on opening his latest radioactive monster movie Mant (“Half man! Half ant! All terror!”) in Key West during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Modeled after real-life director William Castle (one of Roger Corman’s early competitors), Woolsey’s shameless exploitation of Cold War fears captures the imagination of a teenage movie fan struggling to come of age in an atom-age world that may not have a future. Joe Dante’s funny, nostalgic love letter to his own youth is an underrated, family-friendly gem. (35mm presentation)